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1.1 HISTORY
1.2 WHAT IS AN ELECTRIC-MOTOR DRIVE?
1.3 FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GROWTH OF ELECTRIC DRIVES
1.4 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRIC DRIVES
1.5 THE MULTI-DISCIPLINARY NATURE OF DRIVE SYSTEMS
1.6 STRUCTURE OF THE TEXTBOOK
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.2 SYSTEMS WITH LINEAR MOTION
2.3 ROTATING SYSTEMS
2.4 FRICTION
2.5 TORSIONAL RESONANCES
2.6 ELECTRICAL ANALOGY
2.7 COUPLING MECHANISMS
2.8 TYPES OF LOADS
2.9 FOUR-QUADRANT OPERATION
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 PHASOR REPRESENTATION IN SINUSOIDAL STEADY STATE
3.3 THREE-PHASE CIRCUITS
REFERENCE
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 OVERVIEW OF POWER PROCESSING UNITS (PPUS)
4.4 SYNTHESIS OF LOW-FREQUENCY AC
4.5 THREE-PHASE INVERTERS
4.6 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES [4]
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.3 FLUX DENSITY B AND THE FLUX φ
5.4 MAGNETIC STRUCTURES WITH AIR GAPS
5.5 INDUCTANCES
5.7 LEAKAGE AND MAGNETIZING INDUCTANCES
5.8 TRANSFORMERS
5.9 PERMANENT MAGNETS
ENERGY CONVERSION
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 BASIC STRUCTURE
6.3 PRODUCTION OF MAGNETIC FIELD
6.4 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
6.5 APPLICATION OF THE BASIC PRINCIPLES
6.6 ENERGY CONVERSION
6.7 POWER LOSSES AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
6.8 MACHINE RATINGS
REFERENCES
PROBLEMS
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 THE STRUCTURE OF DC MACHINES
7.3 OPERATING PRINCIPLES OF DC MACHINES
7.5 VARIOUS OPERATING MODES IN DC-MOTOR DRIVES
7.6 FLUX WEAKENING IN WOUND-FIELD MACHINES
7.7 POWER-PROCESSING UNITS IN DC DRIVES
7.8 ELECTRONICALLY-COMMUTATED MOTOR (ECM) DRIVES
MOTOR DRIVES
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 CONTROL OBJECTIVES
8.3 CASCADE CONTROL STRUCTURE
8.4 STEPS IN DESIGNING THE FEEDBACK CONTROLLER
8.5 SYSTEM REPRESENTATION FOR SMALL-SIGNAL ANALYSIS
8.6 CONTROLLER DESIGN
8.7 EXAMPLE OF A CONTROLLER DESIGN
8.8 THE ROLE OF FEED-FORWARD
8.9 EFFECTS OF LIMITS
8.10 ANTI-WINDUP (NON-WINDUP) INTEGRATION
PROBLEMS AND SIMULATIONS
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.2 SINUSOIDALLY-DISTRIBUTED STATOR WINDINGS
10.1 INTRODUCTION
10.3 PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
10.4 THE CONTROLLER AND THE POWER-PROCESSING
10.6 SYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS
11.3 THE PRINCIPLES OF INDUCTION MOTOR OPERATION
11.6 INDUCTION MOTORS OF NEMA DESIGN A, B, C, AND D
11.7 LINE START
11.9 ENERGY-SAVINGS IN LIGHTLY-LOADED MACHINES
12.1 INTRODUCTION
12.3 APPLIED VOLTAGE AMPLITUDES TO KEEP ^Bms5^Bms;rated
12.4 STARTING CONSIDERATIONS IN DRIVES
12.6 INDUCTION-GENERATOR DRIVES
12.7 SPEED CONTROL OF INDUCTION- MOTOR DRIVES
12.8 PULSE-WIDTH-MODULATED POWER- PROCESSING UNIT
12.9 REDUCTION OF ^Bms AT LIGHT LOADS
13.2 THE OPERATING PRINCIPLE OF RELUCTANCE MOTORS
13.4 SWITCHED-RELUCTANCE MOTOR DRIVES
14.5 THE ENERGY EFFICIENCIES OF POWER- PROCESSING UNITS
14.6 ENERGY EFFICIENCIES OF ELECTRIC DRIVES
14.9 BENEFITS OF USING VARIABLE- SPEED DRIVES
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Electric Machines and Drives - Ned Mohan

Electric Machines and Drives - Ned Mohan

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